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Symptomatology Semiology
Semiology, Symptomatology, The Study Of Symptoms A Symptom May Be Defined As An Appreciable Manifestation Of A Diseased Condition. Such Manifestation May Be Somewhat Vague, And Only Serve To Indicate That There Is" Some Departure From Health, " And It Does Not Neces Sarily Indicate The Exact Nature Of The ...

Table Of Classification A
Table Of Classification A. Trypanosomes In Which The Flagellum Is Always Free: (a) And Which Produce A Rapidly Fatal Infection In The Usual Laboratory Animals; Group Type Trypanosoma Evansi; (b) And Which Are Non-pathogenic To The Usual Labora Tory Animals; Group Type Trypanosoma Vivax. B. Trypanosomes In Which The Flagellum ...

Takosis In Goats
Takosis In Goats Takosis (wasting Disease) Is A Chronic Con Tagious Disease Occurring Amongst Goats, And Characterized By Progressive Anemia And Emaciation. It Has Been Described As Specially Occurring Amongst Angora Goats In America And In South Africa, But An Affection Apparently Closely Corresponding To It Has Frequently Been Observed ...

The Treatment Of Gastrointestinal
The Treatment Of Gastrointestinal Disorders In Horses By Lavage Use Of The Stomach Tube. Lavage By Means Of A Tube Introduced Into The Stomach, By Either The Nasal Or Oral Route, Offers An Additional Aid In The Treatment Of Gastrointestinal Affec Tions Associated With Fermentation And Impac Tion. In Addition, ...

The Treatment Of Mange
The Treatment Of Mange And Allied Skin Diseases In Horses By Ex Posure To Sulphurous Acid Gas During The Early Part Of 1917 My Attention Was Drawn To A Booklet Written By M. E. Lepinay, Veterina.ire Aide-major In The French Army, On The Above-named Method Of Treating Skin Diseases, And ...

Ticks
Ticks The Acarina Are Usually Very Minute Animals And Are Commonly Known As Mites. Itch Mites (sarcoptes) And Cheese Mites (tyroglyphus) Are Familiar Examples. They Are Characterized By An Absence Of Segmentation. In All Arachnids The Head Is Fused With The Thorax, But In Mites There Is No " Waist, ...

Trypanosomiasis
Trypanosomiasis Trypanosomiasis As A Disease Of Domesticated Stock First Acquired Prominence In 1880, When Griffiths - Evans, An Inspecting Veterinary Officer Of The Northern Command In India, Discovered That The Disease There Known To The Natives As Sure A Was Due To A Trypanosome. In 1894 Sir David (then Major) ...

Tuberculosis
Tuberculosis Consumption; Phthisis; Grapes; Tabes Mesenterica; Scrofula Tuberculosis Is A Contagious Disease Affecting Various Species Of Animals, Caused By The Bacillus Tuberculosis (the Bacillus Of Koch). The Disease Is Characterized By Nodular Lesions Which May Occur In Almost Any Part Of The Body And Having A Tendency To Undergo Necrosis ...

Ulcerative
Ulcerative Ulcerative Lymphangitis; Ulcerous Ulcerative Lymphangitis Is A, Contagious Disease Of Horses, Asses, And Mules, Usually Running A Chronic Course And Characterized By Inflammation Of The Subcutaneous Lymphatic Vessels With The Formation Of Buds Followed By Ulceration. The Affection Is Not Rapidly Con Tagious, But Is Most Easily Spread Amongst ...

Variola
Variola The Term Variola Includes A Series Of Con Tagious Eruptive Fevers Which Affect Animals Of Various Species With Certain Common Mani Festations. The Eruption Takes The Form Of A Skin Lesion, Which Is Termed A" Pock." In A Typical Case The Pock Runs Through A Series Of Five Stages, ...

Veterinary
Veterinary. Medicine Concerns Itself With The Ailments Of Animals Which Do Not As A Rule Call For Manipulatory Interference. The Theory Of Medicine Enumerates The Principles On Which Disease Acts And On Which Remedies Are Applied, While The Practice Of Medicine Consists Of The Adaptation Of Those Principles To The ...

Water
Water About 64 Per Cent Of The Animal Body Consists Of Water. Its Necessity And Importance As An Article Of Diet Is Therefore Obvious. Water Has The Definite Chemical Composition Of 16 Parts By Weight Of Oxygen And 2 Parts By Weight Of Hydrogen, And Is Represented By The Chemical ...

White Scour In Calves
White Scour In Calves. The Term White Scour Indicates The Chief Symptom Of A Serious Disease Of Young Calves. It Is A Form Of Diarrhoea Occurring Usually Within A Fortnight After Birth And Is Due To Organisms Of The Colon Type Which May Be Found In The Blood And Organs ...